Tex Romero believes in the saying, "There is nothing so agonizing to the fine skin of vanity as the application of a rough truth" by Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton
Tex was born to godly parents in the year of the Hippies. Her dancing and writing skills manifested at an early age, followed by the honing of her singing and public speaking talents. Her sense of style is also obvious in her choice of fashion and fun.
Although she has had art workshops in the past, Tex Romero is only able to fully discover her full potential in the visual arts when she attended Cre8! Art Workshop in the summer of 2010.
Her exhibitions include:
June - First Creations (The Atrium Gallery, Bacolod City)
June - Days of Summer: A Group Photo Exhitibion (The Atrium Gallery, Bacolod City)
August - Paper Roses: A Group Photo and Art Exhitibion (The Atrium Gallery, Bacolod City)
August - Open Art and Photo Exhibition (The Atrium Gallery, Bacolod City)
February - Fire in the Hall (The Hall Gallery, Bacolod City)
February - Alla Prima on the Spot: A PIAF Launching (Provincial Capitol, Bacolod City)
February - Pitik Mingaw (DFA Gallery, Bacolod City)
March - Dibersyon (Casino Filipino Hotel-Bacolod)
May - Parada de las Reynas (SM East Bridgeway, Bacolod City)
May - Harvest of the Earth (Organic Market, Bacolod City)
May - Pinta-Ukit (DFA Gallery, Bacolod City)
May - Tipon-Tipon (Max's Pizza, East Block, Bacolod City)
June - Parada de las Reynas 2 (Island Trips, Rizal Street, Bacolod City)
June - Alla Prima sa Estancia (Paon Beach Resort, Estancia, Iloilo)
June - Rest and Recreation: A Visual Therapy (Calla Lily Spa, 6th St., Bacolod City)
A graduate of a bachelors degree in Arts Major in Mass Communications at the University of Negros Occidental Recoletos, Tex Romero is likewise an active member of the Art Association of Bacolod-Negros.